Sendmail Enabler
Sendmail Enabler
1.1.3

4.9

Sendmail Enabler free download for Mac

Sendmail Enabler

1.1.3
15 August 2003

Enable Sendmail with one click.

Overview

Turn on and use OS X's built-in mail server with just one click.

What's new in Sendmail Enabler

Version 1.1.3 added support for sendmail's Masquerade feature. Also, it now takes a look at sendmail's queues before it starts up sendmail. If necessary, it will create the queues and set their permissions correctly.

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Anonymous
15 July 2003

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Works Great..Set it up and used it in less than a minute. Now any idiot with a nail bomber won't have to look for an smtp server...
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
02 November 2003
Get the latest Stuffit Expander (8.0.1).
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Version 1.1.3
dsgncr8or
31 October 2003
Cant seem to get the app to open, am I missing something? Do I need to have something done first on the server before this can work? running 10.2.8 w/ Apache/1.3.27 (Darwin) and well.. when the app is uncompressed it has no filesize - either... used stuffIt 8.0 to decompress... so... either Stuffit BLOWS or this app was corrupted somehow... some help would be usefull...
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Version 1.1.3
Tom Barnes
08 September 2003
Great Great Great! What else can I say. The best, most useful application I have found in a long while. Does what it says and easy to use. Thank you Developer!
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Version 1.1.3
Anonymous
21 August 2003
HI, Problem : sendmail needing another restart after a reboot. I wish I know how to solve that, but I don't. If anyone knows, I'll be glad to include it quickly in the solution. For now, there's an AppleScript that Seth Matheson sent me that you can edit and put in among your Login Items. You have to edit the script to put in your own admin password. You can download it from : http://www.roadstead.com/weblog/Tutorials/images/SendmailLoginItem.hqx
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Version 1.1.3
Anonymous
20 August 2003
I have similar problem. After one restart of the computer, I can not use sendmail. When I try to telnet 0 25. I got a response that connection to 25 got refused. I have to run sendmail enabler again to use it. Is there a way to keep sendmail doing its job all the time without having to reenable it? IS this a problem of sendmail itself? Thanks.
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Version 1.1.3
Anonymous
14 August 2003
Dear Bernard, thanks for your hints. It works now! Nonetheless, one problem remains to be solved: When I have just enabled sendmail, I can send out mails via localhost. However, after a certain amount of time, I have to restart sendmail to use it. Is there a way to keep sendmail doing its job all the time without having to reenable it? Thank you very much for your patience - Per
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Version 1.1.2
Anonymous
20 July 2003
Hi, Per Brodersen For using the mail server (or any other services) with a dynamic IP address, check out http://www.roadstead.com/weblog/Tutorials/PersonalServer.html For a bit more info on setting up the mail client, like Mail.app, look into http://www.roadstead.com/weblog/Tutorials/MailServices.html For info on setting up the network, e.g., an Aiport Base Station network on a broadband line with a dynamic IP address, check out : http://www.roadstead.com/weblog/Tutorials/airport.html Bernard.
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Version 1.1.1
Per Brodersen
19 July 2003
Dear Teo, thanks for this piece of code! It seems to something I was looking long time now. Questions have arised, would you like one or two? 1) I am no Unix-Geek at all; I want my own smtp-server but have only a dynamic IP.Adress. Is localhost apossibility? How do I have to set my machine up? Entourage? Network? Thanks so much - Per
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Version 1.1.1
Cutedge
16 July 2003
Hi, thanks for the nice comments. For people who are having trouble with the Stuffit archive, there's an alternate stuffit file on Sendmail Enabler's web page. I was using the newer Stuffit X archive format. But I'm not sure if this is causing the trouble. So I have created another using the older (more compatible) format. Plse let me know if this works better. Thanks.
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
15 July 2003
All this thing is doing is doing what is outlined in the Sendmail article published at O'Reilly. The author links to it on his website. If you just want local SMTP (say, to send mail when at a Cybercafe via your own machine) then just set 'localhost' as the domain and maybe .local and you're away.. This is REALLY useful. Kudos to the author!
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Version 1.1
$9.95

4.9

App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.2.8 or later
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